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Sourcework

Author : Nancy E. Dollahite
ISBN : 1111352097
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The second edition of Sourcework, designed to help students make use of outside sources, has been updated and enhanced to better guide writers through the challenges of their first academic research papers. With new university-level readings and updated activities, this flexible text helps students master the writing and critical thinking skills necessary to produce strong academic essays using supporting evidence.

Sourcework

Author : Nancy E. Dollahite
ISBN : 0618412875
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 54. 72 MB
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Sourcework helps students work from outside sources and guides them through the challenging terrain of their first academic research papers. Students master all the skills necessary to support their own ideas: note-taking from readings, analyzing information, outlining structures, creating thesis statements, authoring introductions and conclusions, and writing and refining drafts. At each stage, students learn how to document evidence, integrate references, paraphrase, synthesize, and summarize.

Sourcework

Author : Nancy E. Dollahite
ISBN : 0618832769
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 88. 23 MB
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Ten Letters

Author : Eli Saslow
ISBN : 9780385534307
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 86. 70 MB
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Documents the experiences of ten ordinary citizens who have shared their ambitions and struggles in letters written to President Obama, tracing how Obama personally responded and the ways in which the letters reflect American endurance and optimism.

Academic Encounters American Studies Student S Book

Author : Jessica Williams
ISBN : 0521673690
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 60. 52 MB
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Prepares students for listening, note-taking, classroom discussion, reading and writing on topics in American history and culture. Aimed at a secondary school audience.

Mastering Academic Reading

Author : Lawrence J. Zwier
ISBN : 0472032232
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 83. 8 MB
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Mastering Academic Reading is meant to challenge advanced academically oriented students of English. The units and the readings within them are long. The comprehension and expansion exercises after them are demanding. The hoped-for outcome is that students trained using this textbook will be able to better hold their own in university classes where the reading volume across disciplines and vocabulary demands are high. Almost every reading is taken, in minimally adapted form, from a book or academic / professional journal. Two introductory passages have been composed expressly for this book in order to provide narrowly focused background material. Beyond these pieces, readers are in the hands of “real-world” authors and their difficult, lexically diffuse, and allusion-filled creations. Journal articles and book excerpts predominate, but Mastering Academic Reading also offers a book review and a government pamphlet as well. Since one aspect of reading practice builds on others, the units are laid out in tiers, not in sections. Each unit has been organized into three tiers. In general, there is one reading per tier, although the first tier in Unit 3 contains two passages (both necessary to provide conceptual background for the other two tiers). Each reading is 3,500-5,000 words. The book focuses on the three primary goals of academic reading: reading to learn; reading to integrate, write, and critique texts; and reading for basic comprehension.

Globalization

Author : David M. Haugen
ISBN : 0737747714
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Essays debate the social, humanitarian, and economic impact of globalization.

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